Floriloquium siue Compendiloquium de uitis illustrium philosophorum et de dictis eorunden
Breuiloquium de sapientia siue Philosophia sanctorum
Legiloquium siue De decem praeceptis
Tractatus de paenitentia
De ente et essentia
CCCC MS 307 consists of two manuscripts bound together, probably by Parker. The first is a copy of the Life of St Guthlac by Felix of Crowland (fl.eighth century) written in English Square minuscule, a script descended from earlier Insular minuscule. It has traditionally been dated to the ninth century, but more recent palaeographical work makes a date in the early tenth much more likely. It also has two acrostic poems on Guthlac, which have become corrupt in copying. The second part of the manuscript is a fourteenth-century collection of works by John Waleys OFM (d. 1285), and one text, the De ente et essentia, by Thomas Aquinas OP (1224/5-74).